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WWE Week In Review: 02/08-14/2010

Chris JerichoI hope you all had a great Single’s Awareness Day on the 14th! I studied for a philosophy exam for the 15th, so I didn’t do too much in the fun department, but hey, I’m single, so I enjoyed the day off and the day being single!

But let’s dive into what happened this past week on WWE television. I think two things, two big things happened, on WWE TV this past week. [1] Shawn Michaels and Triple H lost the Unified Tag Team Titles to the Show-Miz (Big Show and the Miz – that’s awesome!) and [2] Chris Jericho defeated World Heavyweight Champion the Undertaker, cleanly, with the Code Breaker! Let me break up the two and offer up my opinion of the programming that was aired on our television sets.

[1] Shawn Michaels and Triple H lost the Unified Tag Team Titles to the Show-Miz. I am excited of that because I’m starting to lose respect more and more for Triple H as the years go along and I am more knowledgeable about the business of professional wrestling. And I gave my thoughts many of times before, but I feel that Chris Jericho is being held down because Triple H “doesn’t see any talent” in him.

Let me get off that rant of me feeling like HHH is holding down Y2J. But besides seeing DX loosing the Tag straps, something that I didn’t think would happen until after WrestleMania XXVI, the “Heartbreak Kid” superkicked Smackdown General Manager Teddy Long when Long was unwilling to put HBK in the Smackdown Elimination Chamber to win the World Heavyweight title and give the “Dead Man” a rematch at WrestleMania. After which, HBK told HHH that his career “is over.” Could HBK appear at the Elimination Chamber, come up from under the ring, take out the Undertaker, cost him the title and Taker would want revenge and want Michaels at Mania? If I were a betting man, I would place money that something like such would happen.

[2] Chris Jericho defeating the Undertaker on Smackdown with the Code Breaker! You guys should know if you’re a regular reader of my blogs/articles, that I am thrilled to report this news! I feel, honestly, tying in with what I just listed above, I feel that Michaels would screw the Undertaker out of the World Heavyweight Title at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, and would drop the title to Chris Jericho, and he would walk into WrestleMania as World Heavyweight Champion! Would I love that? Darn right!

I do feel like the WWE is behind Jericho if they would let him pin the World Heavyweight Champion so close to WrestleMania with his finisher, the Code Breaker, and it being the Undertaker. Could we see Chris Jericho walk out of this month’s pay-per-view and walk into the Super Bowl of pro wrestling as World Heavyweight Champion? I do feel that this year is better than any other year.

But this is Eric Darsie from Minnesota, wishing I could spend more time here with this article, but needing to go back to studying for my test, goodbye!

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Eric G.

Eric is the owner and editor-in-chief of the Camel Clutch Blog. Eric has worked in the pro wrestling industry since 1995 as a ring announcer in ECW and a commentator/host on television, PPV, and home video. Eric also hosted Pro Wrestling Radio on terrestrial radio from 1998-2009. Check out some of Eric's work on his IMDB bio and Wikipedia. Eric has an MBA from Temple University's Fox School of Business.

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